It’s that time again. Time to do some walking and shopping in a festive atmosphere that will help you fill those Christmas stocking and buy for that person who has just about everything. Avoid the “Black Friday” crowds, support “Small Business Saturday”, or shop after church on Sunday this year at “Christmas Made in the South”. The 26th annual event is coming to the Jacksonville, Florida’s Prime Osborn Center on November 28 – 30, 2014.
“Christmas Made in the South” caters to both the savvy and casual shopper. There are many unique booths to explore and hidden gems you can’t buy at big department stores. Handmade, one-of-a-kind designs populate the booths that will fill the Prime Osborn Center. You’ll be able to find gifts for men, children, unique clothes, hand bags, glass ornaments, jewelry, breathtaking art, gourmet food, diverse entertainment, photography, loads of Christmas decorations and much, much, much more. Purchase directly from the artists and craftsmen as they give you a history of their designs. Handcrafted items come with special stories and experiences, so don’t forget to inquire.
The show is focused on keeping the world of fine artisans and craftspeople alive. Exhibitors will be there all three days demonstrating and selling their handcrafted works of art. You may even desire to get one-little-something for yourself. CMITS only comes around once-a-year, so enjoy yourself. If you would like to see some of the excitement from previous shows, take a look at the slide show above.
Christmas Made In The South 2014
Fri., Nov. 28 9:00 a.m. – 6:00 p.m.
Sat., Nov. 29 10:00 a.m. – 6:00 p.m.
Sun., Nov. 30 11:00 a.m. –5:00 p.m.
Location: Prime Osborn Convention Center
1000 Water St
Jacksonville, FL 32204
Tickets: Adults: $7.00 – Children 12 & under are FREE. Printable $1.00 Off Coupon, or visit your local PUBLIX supermarkets. (One Admission Good for All 3 Days with hand stamp!) Bring an unwrapped toy for the First Coast News Toy Drive and receive $2.00 off admission.
2014 Show Sponsors: PUBLIX, First Coast News, and the Florida Times Union.